Extreme Extremeness

Extremely

Meanings and phrases

extremely

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect; highly
  2. to an extreme degree; exceedingly; super; passing

extremely high frequency

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. 30 to 300 gigahertz; EHF

extremely low frequency

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n.
  1. below 3 kilohertz; ELF

extremely rare

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  • NOS examples in good condition are extremely rare.
  • In reality, this is an extremely rare occurrence.
  • Heavy snowfall is extremely rare in Pine Springs.

extremely high

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  • The clay is plentiful and of extremely high quality.
  • In the West Indies, feelings ran extremely high.
  • Losses during harvesting were extremely high.

extremely popular

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  • From 1907 to 1940, the group was extremely popular.
  • Her visits proved extremely popular with pupils.
  • He was extremely popular, and has stayed ever since.

extremely difficult

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  • Extraction would have been extremely difficult.
  • Online cheating has therefore become extremely difficult.
  • Finding sites for these silos proved extremely difficult.

extremely low

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  • The product has an extremely low VOC content.
  • Some new developments exhibit extremely low energy use.
  • The site is characterized by extremely low microseismicity.

extremely important

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  • This cooperation is extremely important to us."
  • It is therefore an extremely important event to study.
  • Extracurriculars are extremely important at Atlantic High School.

extremely well

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  • This completely new development sold extremely well.
  • Obama did extremely well throughout eastern Pennsylvania.
  • The album was extremely well received.

extremely large

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  • Thus, Seonangdangs on popular trails could be extremely large and tall.
  • Eventually, the worm grows extremely large and the well becomes poisonous.
  • The LBA world is considered extremely large and varied for games of its time.

became extremely

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  • The band, however, became extremely popular in Japan.
  • Beetle collecting became extremely popular in the Victorian era.
  • "From the very beginning I became extremely excited about the project.

extremely successful

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  • Bugatti cars were extremely successful in racing.
  • He was extremely successful in popularizing Hua Tou.
  • The year 2004 was extremely successful for Edyta Bartosiewicz.

extremely long

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  • The duration of copulation can be extremely long.
  • Some wood-boring beetles can have extremely long life-cycles.
  • in length with extremely long brow tine, which form the main beam.

extremely small

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  • The island is extremely small at only 8.4 hectares.
  • It has an extremely small nucleus and a very short stellar bar.
  • Three of these were medium-sized and a fourth, a side room, extremely small.

extremely limited

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  • Thus only extremely limited interpretations are possible.
  • Currently, the availability of media in the Valencian language is extremely limited.
  • In practice, local governments collect taxes and fees only on an extremely limited basis.

extremely poor

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  • He found that the churches were extremely poor.
  • Some miners had extremely poor housing.
  • The remake got extremely poor reviews.

extremely close

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  • The bond between nagaiya is extremely close.
  • In the end, Kennedy won an extremely close victory over Nixon.
  • So is extremely close to 2"H".

extremely dangerous

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  • The brothel is well guarded and considered extremely dangerous within the sex work community.
  • Both the flora and fauna of the continent are extremely dangerous, as Death's Library attests.
  • Some naturally occurring elements are extremely dangerous for human health when digested excessively.

extremely powerful

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  • Prem appointed Chamlong as his secretary, an extremely powerful position.
  • As South Vietnam was a police state, Tuyến was an extremely powerful figure with many contacts.
  • The Family also became allies of the extremely powerful Chicago Outfit and Genovese crime family.

extremely hot

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  • Wertago has extremely hot summers and mild winters.
  • Pulchra has extremely hot summers and mild winters.
  • The parish has extremely hot summers and mild winters.

extremely hard

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  • The years after the war were extremely hard.
  • He is famous for his extremely hard shot.
  • Once they get going, Cheetahs are extremely hard to control."

become extremely

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  • Males become extremely aggressive during musth.
  • Such criticisms can become extremely scathing.
  • Online cheating has therefore become extremely difficult.

extremely complex

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  • Policy making in the EU can be extremely complex.
  • However, the genetics of autism have proven to be extremely complex.
  • The ability to learn and understand language is an extremely complex process.

extremely strong

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  • The cervical callus is present but not extremely strong.
  • It is extremely strong and durable.
  • He was an extremely strong critic of that election’s winner, Carlos Prío Socarrás.

extremely short

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  • In 1996, Lewis married Barbara Shivers on extremely short notice.
  • One of the new M636 locomotives would have an extremely short career.
  • Aldiss invented a form of extremely short story called the "mini-saga".

extremely fast

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  • New technologies allow extremely fast underwater travel.
  • They sometimes appear slow, but they can be extremely fast.
  • At high levels of play, doubles rallies are extremely fast.

extremely heavy

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  • The band didn't want to compose fast music, but to make extremely heavy songs.
  • Arkansas gave extremely heavy support to Democrat Franklin Roosevelt in the 1932 election.

extremely cold

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E.g.
  • The water is also extremely cold.
  • Summers are warm in Sankoo but the winters are extremely cold and harsh.
  • Because of its opacity, its interior is extremely cold, its temperature being about 16 K (−257 °C).

extremely sensitive

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  • She loves music and is extremely sensitive to sound.
  • "P. hastatus" has an extremely sensitive sense of smell.
  • Its ears are pointy and triangular, and extremely sensitive.

extremely common

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  • "Prefix" and "suffix" are extremely common terms.
  • This is significant, as red dwarfs are extremely common.
  • The icosahedral structure is extremely common among viruses.

extremely wealthy

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  • In 1886 when he bought Courtlands House he was an extremely wealthy man.
  • The Guans are much more Westernised than most villagers and extremely wealthy.
  • Its strong economy and food-base allowed the region to become extremely wealthy.

became extremely popular

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The band, however, became extremely popular in Japan.
  • Beetle collecting became extremely popular in the Victorian era.
  • Calypsonians and Calypso Monarch competitions emerged and became extremely popular.

extremely effective

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  • The code proved extremely effective and useful during the war.
  • Fluoride is extremely effective in protecting enamel on the teeth.
  • In it is an extremely effective evaluation, especially of his research in the first stream of analysis.

extremely positive

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  • The game has received extremely positive reviews.
  • CMJ gave the album an extremely positive review."
  • Critical reaction to the film has been extremely positive.

extremely valuable

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  • The framed diamond was incorporated into an extremely valuable hat ornament.
  • Water is an extremely valuable resource in arid Central Asia and can lead to rather significant international disputes.
  • Aalto University economist Natalia Zinovyeva told "Nature" that it will be "extremely valuable" to help academic committees evaluate researchers' CVs.

extremely useful

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  • Dynamic scope is extremely useful because it adds referential clarity and discipline to global variables.
  • These materials are of central importance to the production of aluminium and are themselves extremely useful.
  • CVD is extremely useful in the process of atomic layer deposition at depositing extremely thin layers of material.

extremely similar

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  • It is extremely similar to a baritone horn.
  • However, surface loops and microtubules are extremely similar.
  • Early artistic and literary portrayals of Aphrodite are extremely similar on Inanna-Ishtar.

extremely unlikely

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  • However, local legend says that St. Leonard's hermitage was in this forest although this seems extremely unlikely.
  • Kenneth Farley, a project scientist on NASA's Mars Rover 2020 Project, said: "I would say that is extremely unlikely."
  • A spokesman for the British Home Office said unofficially it would be "extremely unlikely" that Riley would be extradited to the United Kingdom.

extremely expensive

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E.g.
  • It was very stable but extremely expensive.
  • Her desire to try otoro, an extremely expensive, high grade of sushi tuna, is a recurring gag.
  • These funerals and especially the memorials may be extremely expensive for the family in question.

extremely active

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  • Covian was extremely active as a scientific leader.
  • Corbet was extremely active regionally in Elizabeth's reign.
  • It is noted for being extremely active.

proved extremely

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Her visits proved extremely popular with pupils.
  • Finding sites for these silos proved extremely difficult.
  • The code proved extremely effective and useful during the war.

extremely influential

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  • His 1972 model of health production has been extremely influential in health economics.
  • Andrade's interest in folklore and his use of colloquial language were extremely influential.
  • In that context he has been extremely influential in the area of contemporary Christian worship music.

extremely rich

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  • The collections of Dazhao Temple are extremely rich.
  • The protein is glutamine extremely rich, and glycine poor.
  • Gimjeongguk was very poor, but Imjeongguk was extremely rich.

extremely slow

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E.g.
  • Rejection sampling is extremely slow for large sample sizes.
  • This match was notable for McMichael's extremely slow cadence for a three count.
  • Next Pelly fitted a small engine and demonstrated the craft's ability to stay aloft at extremely slow speeds.

extremely unpopular

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  • The Conscription Act proved extremely unpopular with many Confederate soldiers.
  • These changes proved to be extremely unpopular with viewers and viewing figures declined.
  • Unlike the Kraków Judenrat, the Kraków OD were extremely unpopular under Spira's leadership.

extremely diverse

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  • The artistic heritage of Taiwan is extremely diverse.
  • Asia has extremely diverse climates and geographic features.
  • Found in extremely diverse habitats.

extremely negative

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  • Reviews for the film were extremely negative.
  • Israel's initial attitude toward rock music was extremely negative.
  • "Darkness" received extremely negative reviews from both critics and audiences.

considered extremely

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  • In the XIX century, such unions were considered extremely unusual.
  • The album was considered extremely rare until the CD release in 2003.
  • The retaking of the Falkland Islands was considered extremely difficult.

extremely vulnerable

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  • Pilot Jack Peppiatt of 88 Squadron confessed he felt extremely vulnerable up there.
  • In such cases the Vikings were extremely vulnerable to pursuit by the king's joint military forces.
  • The Great Lakes population of piping plover are isolated and extremely vulnerable to extirpation from the Great Lakes region.

becomes extremely

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  • Judy becomes extremely uncomfortable and confronts Emma about the weapon.
  • The text describes Kālī's emerging out of Durga when she becomes extremely angry.
  • Behind the headland on the cliff tops there is a car park which becomes extremely busy in the summer.

extremely violent

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  • The months leading up to the election were extremely violent.
  • The capital city Kabul saw extremely violent fighting during that period.
  • Virgulino sought vengeance and proved to be extremely violent in doing so.

extremely thin

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  • They have 16 legs and are extremely thin.
  • The smooth, whitish shell is covered with an extremely thin epidermis which rises in microscopic blisters.
  • These metals form an extremely thin layer of oxidized metal on the surface which bonds with the underlying metal.

extremely variable

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E.g.
  • The relative altitude and the size are extremely variable.
  • This is an extremely variable form.
  • The composition of such cultures is complex and extremely variable.

extremely good

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  • And yet, amazingly, not only does it not suck, it's actually an extremely good game."
  • Usually it encourages people to act in extremes, whether that be extremely good or extremely bad.
  • The water and the underlying mud are extremely good for the skin because of the sulphur in deposits.

extremely simple

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  • It is an extremely simple network printing protocol.
  • Composed mostly of single strokes, the system is extremely simple.
  • Only two levels are specified, "mature" and "adult", making the specification extremely simple.

extremely critical

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  • Eberhart herself was extremely critical of the first edition dust jacket, describing it as "hideous" in her private correspondence.
  • The book was extremely critical of Moosally, depicting him as an inept officer who gained command of the battleship through political connections.
  • The situation was extremely critical, because along with de la Huerta, about 60% of the army revolted, including various high-ranking generals across the country.

extremely controversial

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  • It was also extremely controversial.
  • The application of labeling theory to homosexuality has been extremely controversial.
  • However, this is extremely controversial and politically charged, and no scholar agrees with this description.
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